Know Your College - Nirma Tech by Shivam patel

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  • Institute of Technology, Nirma University offers Bachelor in Technology programs for 8 different Engineering disciplines.
  • The disciplines are: Computer, Information Technology, Mechanical, Civil, Electrical, Electronics and Communication, Instrumentation and Control, and Chemical
  • Masters programs and Ph.D programs are also offered by respective departments with sub specializations and availability of guides.
  • The campus consists an Amphitheater, Cricket, Volleyball, Football, Basketball and Lawn Tennis facilities and also, a Student Activity Center for indoor games.
  • Nirma is extremely strict and rigid about its policies. Especially, the attendance, it is expected to be at least 85% throughout all the courses.
  • Class tests, Mid-Semester and End-Semester Exams, an innovative assignment associated with the course, all of these make a considerable impact on final grade.
  • Post Graduate students are encouraged in research work by arranging expert talks. Research work is done by some highly motivated professors but on a small scale
  • Placements are very well managed by Industry Institute Interaction Cell of Nirma. Many National and Multi-National companies come here for placements.
  • Nirma also has great student communities like RCNI, ISTE, AUGEN, IEEE, CSI, technical clubs, cultural clubs and hobby clubs. It also holds a big common library
  • Nirma is a leading participant in many robot making contests like Robocon, SAE-BAJA at national level.
  • Hostel facilities are available for M.Tech and Ph.D students but not for B.Tech students. Nirma has a huge network of buses spanning Ahmedabad and Gandhinagar.
  • "It is a memorable experience to be here, to study here and out of everything really adore the amazing group of people and ideas which originated from here."
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